Work is not slavery.
Something’s broken in America : it’s our declining, cynical perception of work.
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We used to pride ourselves on being a nation of hard workers. It was a major pillar once central to the American Dream.
Goodness . . . what’s happened to us?
Today, it’s mainstream to market the idea that hard work and traditional employment are bad things.
Some have even gone so far as to call it “slavery.”
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Your VA is your greatest asset: An Interview with Trivinia Barber
If you’ve spent any time in the world of online business, you’ve probably heard the term “VA.” A VA, or Virtual Assistant, can be your greatest asset. And like any investment, the relationship requires care and planning.
In this interview, one of my favorite ladies on the planet, Trivinia Barber, pulls back the curtain and shares everything we need to know about how to make the most of our relationship with our VA.
Trivinia is a qualified expert in the field: she is a VA (to none other than Amy Porterfield), she has a VA, and she manages a team of VAs in her own business, Priority VA. (Quick, say “VA” one more time!)
Being completely awesome, Trivinia holds nothing back. She educates us on:
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Audience-Building, Online Business, and Community: An Interview with Jeff Goins
Dreaming of going from blogger-obscurity to thriving online business owner? Then don’t miss this awesome interview with online business maven, Jeff Goins.
Four years ago, Jeff hoped to attract an audience of 250 readers, and was hesitant about spending $50 on his business. Today, he’s not only a bestselling author, but is also the creator of 3 successful online courses that have changed the lives of thousands.
In our time together, Jeff shares his perspective on:
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